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Profiting from Business Intelligence

The Predictive Approach


Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office
Captain Brian Barkow
Brian.Barkow@milwaukeecountywi.gov
Law Enforcement Analytics Division
Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Andrew Carrion
Andrew.Carrion@milwaukeecountywi.gov
Public Safety Business Analyst
Information Management Services
Milwaukee County

Before BI
Inundated

with data in different

systems
Silos of data made it cumbersome,
labor-intensive, and timeconsuming to get information
Reports had to be created for every
request, and by the time the reports
were created, the data was old

Eliminating Data Silos


Patrol
Services

Court
Services

Intra-agency

Inter-agency

Jails

CAD

RMS

Scheduling

Budget/
Finance

Investigative
Services

A More Proactive Approach


Accurate,

Timely and Targeted


Data is the key for making good
decisions at each point in the
chain of command
Users must be able to effectively
access data across multiple
systems, analyze it, and deliver
actionable intelligence

A More Proactive Approach


Allows

agencies to increase service,


and effectiveness of police work while
dealing with budget cuts, officer
safety, and demands of public
oversight
The challenge is to collect and deliver
information quickly and efficiently to
those who need it, in a format they
can use to make actionable decisions

A More Proactive Approach


The

solution should deliver realtime, or near real-time,


information in a flexible
environment where different
users can view it in a way that
helps them effectively perform
their jobs

Visualize data using the


four critical elements
for smarter decisions:

Data integrity
Performance management
Business intelligence
Advanced analytics.

Profiting from your most important


business asset
Thomas C. Redman author of Data Driven
Best Practices

Migration to Intelligence-Led operations


Proactive rather than reactive

Visualization of Incidents, Patterns, and


Trends.
Accountability of resources and assets
Evidence based tactics and strategies
Interagency Data and Intelligence sharing

The Data-driven Approach

Data Integration
Interrogation and Cleansing
Real Time Reporting
One-touch Data Entry

Adding The Predictive Approach

Victim
Gender, Age,
Frequency in
area, Alone,
Routine

Offender

Crime
Opportunity
Spatial & Temporal
Time of Day, Day of Week,
Geography

Criminal
Intelligence,
Open Source,
Prior Arrests,
Court Data

Victim

Offender

Opportunity

Improved
Data
Models

Informed
Decision
Making

Increased
Productivity
and
Efficiencies

Return on Investment

Cost Savings
$$$$$$$

Case Study Data Preparation


Paper
Templates

---------------------------------

Data Collection
Templates

Typed into Excel

Hand Written

Data
Aggregation

Re-Typed and/or
Linked into Excel
Templates

COMPSTAT

Re-Typed and/or
Linked into Excel

200 hours * $48.00 (salary/benefits) = $9,600 * 12 months = $115,200


14 Divisions * $115,200 =

$1,612,800

Case Study Motor Vehicle Thefts

Temporal Profile
Wednesday
and Fridays
8am-10am
Occurred
within 60
minutes of
arrival

Victim Profile
Female
Over 55 years old
Alone
Purse Stolen

Spatial Profile
Similar
Design
Furthest row
from main
building

Case Study Big Bang/Summerfest

Using Criminal Justice and Open Source Intelligence to Improve the


Identification of Probable Offenders
Partner with the Milwaukee Police Department

Through relational data migration, a


probable offender list was generated
identifying individuals who may be an
offender based on current intelligence
and prior incidents.
Benefits include:
Proactive approach Knock & Talk
Cost savings
Overall improved efficiency and
effectiveness of government services
through crime prevention.

Prior
Incidents

Prior Arrests

Open
Source

Probable
Offender List

Case Study Winter Weather

Increased Productivity
Automated Reporting Processes
Performance-based outcomes

Efficiency and Agility


Dynamically change work-flow (tactics and

strategies)
Enables cross-sectional view (data migration
and relational building)

Reduce Decision-Making Cycles


Quickly recognize important trends
Decisions based on current and credible

information
Provides actionable information
You cant manage what you cant control

Questions?
Analyze Data
Review Findings
Mobilize Resources
Evaluate
Performance

Document Results

8/1/2011

Brian Barkow, Captain


Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office
Law Enforcement Analytics Division